|August 8, 2017
On May 2, 2017, Long Beach Airport (LGB) retained InterVISTAS Consulting, Inc., to conduct a ground transportation study and provide recommendations for modifying ground transportation fees at LGB. The study included a detailed review of the airport's ground transportation program, analyzing industry best practices that are most appropriate for the LGB's business model, and providing recommendations for changes that develop and maintain a robust program.
A ground transportation stakeholders meeting is scheduled at Long Beach Airport on August 21, 2017, to inform the stakeholder groups and receive input about proposed changes to LGB's ground transportation program.
The meeting invitation and ground transportation study are attached below and contain a thorough overview of the program, including overall management, technology solutions to monitoring activity, and the recommended fees for each type of operator.
Please direct questions or request for additional information to Claudia Lewis, Manager of Administration and Finance, at (562) 570-2612.
|March 20, 2017
Long Beach Airport will begin a pilot program to allow operation of Transportation Network Companies, more commonly known as ride sharing, at the airport. Beginning Wednesday, April 5, 2017 companies such as Uber, Lyft, Wingz, and See Jane Go will be allowed to pick-up at LGB as part of the pilot program. Previously, they were only permitted to drop-off.|
|March 13, 2017
The Long Beach Airport is proposing changes to airline and ground transportation fees, contingent on City Council Approval.|
|January 6, 2017
At the City Council FIS Feasibility Study Session on December 13, 2016, the City Manager was requested to provide written responses to questions submitted by Eighth District Councilman Al Austin.|
|December 1, 2016
Parking Lot A will close on January 7 for renovations.|
|November 7, 2016
The Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Southern California (SoCal) Metroplex project is a proposal to improve the flow of air traffic by making the airspace safer and more efficient by replacing existing air traffic procedures with new satellite-based procedures.|